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Dan Levy Has A Message For 'Rude Customers' Who Are Making Service Staff's Lives Hell

"You have no idea how hurtful bad behavior can be." 😢

Schitt's Creek icon Dan Levy has shared a pointed message with "rude customers" who have been making service staff's lives harder since reopening.

On July 24, Levy responded to an article from The San Francisco Chronicle that said some customers in restaurants and other similar industries have been "a little difficult" since reopening after pandemic-related closures.

Sharing the article, Levy talked about his own experiences working in this sector.

"I've run into a *ton* of rude customers while working in the service industry over the yrs (retail, a bakery, a video store…)," he wrote.

"You have no idea how hurtful bad behavior can be," the actor and producer continued. "It stays with you even when you try your hardest to brush it off."

Levy ended the tweet by adding, "Don't ruin someone's day."

This isn't the first time the Schitt's Creek star has taken to social media to share an important message. Earlier in July, he shared a video reaching out to anybody who is "on the fence" about getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

Levy has been pretty vocal about public health measures throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, poking fun at those ignoring the rules during his appearance on Saturday Night Live and encouraging people to wear masks wherever possible.

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